CNC Indexing & Feeding Technologies Appoints Erik Bergman as President
Mr. Bergman’s background in the machine tool and accessories sectors will aid him in building a nationwide distributor for the company’s extensive line of products.
Erik Bergman. Photo Credit: CNC Indexing & Feeding Technologies
It was reported in November 2020 that CNC Indexing & Feeding Technologies (Mason, Ohio) has appointed Erik Bergman as president. Mr. Bergman is responsible for continuing to build a nationwide distributor network for the company’s extensive line of Ganro and TJR rotary tables and indexers, CNC Indexing’s own high pressure coolant units and TRACER bar feeders and loaders. He will work closely with leading machine tool OEMs, industrial distributors and machine tool dealers to grow sales and market share.
Mr. Bergman has an extensive background in both the machine tool and accessories sectors and the product and sales engineering expertise to help end users and distributors find the right solution. Mr. Bergman’s prior experiences include Superior Spindle Service, WTO, Chip Blasters, SETCO and Technical Equipment in Cleveland, Ohio. Mr. Bergman comes to CNC Indexing & Feeding Technologies from ATS Systems where he served as regional sales manager for the northeastern United States and eastern Canada.
Mr. Bergman’s educational accomplishments include a BA in finance with a minor in international business from Robert Morris University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
CNC Indexing & Feeding Technologies provides cost-effective, top-quality rotary tables and indexers, high pressure coolant units and bar feeders and loaders to major markets, including CNC machine tool OEMs, industrial distributors and manufacturing end users. In addition to its extensive product line, the company also supplies expert applications engineering support and comprehensive equipment service.
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